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Instrumental Hip-Hop producer Freddie Joachim provides the vibe with ‘Serenade’: Listen

Whatever your moments of decompressing feel like, ‘Serenade’ is here to guide you through.

As the rain beats the concrete in New York City this morning, the instrumental provided by Freddie Joachim takes all of the worries away for the time that it’s on. If you’re a dancer, you’re probably making your way to the centre of your room to groove. If you are an avid hot beverage consumer, you’re probably cuddled up in your comfort spot, sipping on that drink and exhaling—deeply. Whatever your moments of decompressing feel like, ‘Serenade’ is here to guide you through.

Within recent times, Freddie Joachim has seen worldwide notoriety after the release of ‘Waves’ by Joey Bada$$ followed by J. Cole’s use of the same instrumental for ‘False Prophets’. Ain’t nothing wrong with a little Jazz on Sunday morning.


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